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Case points the way to the future: An historic case against a nurse who made racist comments on social media demonstrates how 'law' and 'lore' can work together. Dec 1, 2020 1142
A Kai Tiaki journey reaches its end: Co-editor Anne Manchester riffles through 25 years of highlights, before closing the Kai Tiaki keyboard for the last time. Dec 1, 2020 796
Stories from a nurse/midwife in times of crisis. Dec 1, 2020 468
Aged residential care workers hit hard by COVID-19: A new Ministry of Health report has highlighted the incidence of COVID-19 among health-care workers and the need for a nationally consistent approach to managing pandemics in the aged residential care sector. Nov 1, 2020 957
A chequered journey into nursing. Oct 1, 2020 1240
People with a mental illness miss out on palliative care. Sep 1, 2020 1450
Ensuring equity at end of life: A new palliative care framework aims to change practice to achieve equity and culturally safe care for Maori. Aug 1, 2020 1661
Support for ENs at Burwood. Interview Jun 1, 2020 1263
Honouring our pioneer nurses and midwives. Apr 1, 2020 1027
Nursing pioneer steps down after 30 years: A Nelson nurse has achieved a viable, independent nurse-led-health service. As she moves into semi-retirement, her chief regret is that the model is one of so few throughout the country. Dec 1, 2019 1696
'How do we answer member queries?'. Oct 1, 2019 451
Upskilling to meet community mental health needs: A Hawkes Bay nurse is finding much satisfaction working as a well-being nurse in a general practice. Report Sep 1, 2019 1226
Search for an adopted son remembered. Report Aug 1, 2019 908
Making a difference for women. Report Aug 1, 2019 1570
Push to achieve equity in health. Report Jul 1, 2019 854
Passionate about children and families. Report Jun 1, 2019 1173
Finding her nursing niche: An NP working with teen parents wants to develop new nursing models based on holistic principles. Report Jun 1, 2019 1005
'A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity'. Report Jun 1, 2019 366
More timely assessment and treatment: Client advocacy and challenging stigma are priorities for an NP working in mental health and addiction. Cover story May 1, 2019 1341
Looking back on 40 years. Interview May 1, 2019 2153
What's the reality for migrant nurses in New Zealand? Apr 1, 2019 2363
How to maintain clinician well-being: Working in mental health has become increasingly stressful. A nurse sets out to identify the factors that enhance or undermine the well-being and resilience of mental health staff. Report Feb 1, 2019 1508
Respect for different world views: NZNO's newest manager describes how proud she is to be joining an organisation committed to being bicultural. Report Feb 1, 2019 824
Chatham Islands nursing: Nursing in New Zealand's remotest island community provides some unique and professionally-challenging opportunities. Dec 1, 2018 815
Teaching nurses the skills of empathy: A nurse from Timaru wants to help nurses reclaim the values of empathy, compassion and connectedness. Dec 1, 2018 761
Aged-care Lessons from the Netherlands: A study tour to the Netherlands this year proved both enlightening and affirming for 10 New Zealand health professionals. Report Nov 1, 2018 1731
Young nurses share award: A hospital paediatric nurse from South Auckland and a practice nurse from Kawerau are joint winners of this year's Young Nurse of the Year award. Oct 1, 2018 913
'Building rapport with patients is the key': A diabetes nurse prescriber in Tairawhiti has found her niche in an area of New Zealand she knows like the back of her hand. Aug 1, 2018 1558
Nurses apply cultural lens to care: Working with entire families and building relationships of trust are the basis of a new fanau ola service in South Auckland. Report Jun 1, 2018 1481
First Tongan NP is ready to go the extra mile. Occupation overview Jun 1, 2018 1585
NPs could solve rural health crisis. Report Jun 1, 2018 760
Conventions focus on human rights. Report Jun 1, 2018 863
Kokiri Marae--a hauora success story: A cervical screening service, begun in 1990, marked the beginning of Kokiri Marae's journey from a social service provider to hauora. May 1, 2018 3412
Growing the Maori nursing workforce: A strategic approach is needed, both to increase Maori nursing numbers and reduce disparities in health, according to Ministry of Health senior adviser Ramai Lord. May 1, 2018 760
School nursing: New website of resources Launched. May 1, 2018 469
Health--a human right. Report Apr 1, 2018 1490
In the right place, at the right time: The new chair of NZNO's primary health care nurses' college is assionate about supporting nurses working in the community, s she believes it's in the community where patients thrive. Report Mar 1, 2018 1422
An NP on the move. Nov 1, 2017 1732
Whaea Vera Morgan remembered with affection. Nov 1, 2017 709
Holding the 'middle ground': Two district health board occupational health nurses value their neutrality as they help staff stay healthy and well. Oct 1, 2017 1561
How does NZNO build its power? If NZNO is to achieve its goals, it must develop its capacity, relevance and confidence. Oct 1, 2017 673
'Huge variety and enormous challenges': a charge nurse talks about the rewards and challenges of her role. Interview Aug 1, 2017 1139
Primary health care: celebrating 30 years. Aug 1, 2017 362
Caring for patients with neurodegenerative diseases: although clinicians cannot cure neurodegenerative diseases, there are many practical things they can do to help patients. Jul 1, 2017 714
Making a difference in aged care: an experienced enrolled nurse regards gerontology as a specialised area of work, with ENS a vital part of the nursing team. May 1, 2017 785
Building therapeutic relationships: working in gerontology has been a marvellous stepping stone for one enrolled nurse, as she settles into a newly-created EN position in mental health. May 1, 2017 920
Loving her work at the Manukau surgery: three decades spent working in orthopaedics has not dimmed one enrolled nurse's passion for the specialty. May 1, 2017 712
Improving relationships in the workplace: in a stressful working environment, nurses need tools to help them develop healthy relationships and good communication. Apr 1, 2017 719
From Belarus to Whangarei. Apr 1, 2017 838
Hokianga nurse retires back to the farm; teaching, improving communication between staff and ensuring they were getting a fair deal motivated one Hokianga nurse. Dec 1, 2016 911
Working holistically to provide safe care: supporting the elderly to live safely at home is the aim of one of the country's newest nurse practitioners, older adults, Sheryl Haywood. Nov 1, 2016 1901
Maintaining quality care for older adults. Nov 1, 2016 446
Nurse prescribing leads to timely care: a diabetes nurse prescriber can't imagine working any other way now--she must have that script pad at her elbow. Oct 1, 2016 1762
Strength, struggle, freedom. Brief article Sep 1, 2016 309
Caring for the homeless: a survey among Wellington Hospital emergency department staff shows more could be done to bridge the gap between health and homelessness. Aug 1, 2016 1986
Having a heart for the homeless: the efforts of a Wellington Regional Hospital charge nurse manager to provide homeless patients with warm clothing and the best care possible were recognised with an award of excellence earlier this year. Aug 1, 2016 888
Telling the human story to improve patient safety: a DVD, explaining the human story behind a tragic death at Grey Base Hospital nearly four years ago, has become a powerful teaching tool in efforts to improve hospital practice. Aug 1, 2016 1890
Improving students' transition year. Aug 1, 2016 939
Making hospitals safer: preventing hospital infections spreading requires a team effort, according to one Northland clinical nurse specialist. Jul 1, 2016 985
Writer draws on her nursing experiences. Jun 1, 2016 1059
What makes a Maori nurse unique? May 1, 2016 577
Getting feistier as her career progressed. Brief article May 1, 2016 239
A passion for primary health care: life has been a steep learning curve for one Gisborne nurse, from working as a rural postie a decade ago to heading NZNO's college of primary health care nurses. Apr 1, 2016 914
Two new Maori NPs make history: having their final assessment panel on a Bay of Plenty marae--Kokohinau in Te Teko--was a pivotal moment in the lives of two of the country's newest nurse practitioners. Apr 1, 2016 1581
Bringing efficiencies to general practice: linking what is happening at the front of a general practice with what is happening out the back--in the consultation rooms--is one way of defining the role of a health care assistant. Interview Apr 1, 2016 1345
A nursing vocation: Florence Trout, a name synonymous with Plunket, looks back on the many lessons she has learnt working with families. Apr 1, 2016 952
Walking with patients is a privilege: a clinical nurse specialist at Wellington Hospital considers it a privilege to walk alongside women coping with cancer. Mar 1, 2016 1464
Enrolled nurses take on new roles: a new practice model in Dunedin has seen enrolled nurses performing home haemodialysis for patients needing extra support. Feb 1, 2016 1723
Seeking more recognition for Te Runanga Tauira. Feb 1, 2016 602
What do smokers really want? Oct 1, 2015 735
Driving out systemic discrimination. Sep 1, 2015 3197
Critical care outreach--keeping patients out of intensive care: a patient-at-risk team at Middlemore Hospital, comprised primarily of ward nurses, is proving effective at avoiding sudden patient deteriorations. Aug 1, 2015 1804
Annual student survey identifies some major concerns. Aug 1, 2015 902
Farewell, Keelan Ransfield. Aug 1, 2015 1139
Peter Conway 'made the world a better place'. Jul 1, 2015 517
Helping men be healthy: on the following six pages, we look at how nurses (and one doctor) are helping keep men healthy. Jul 1, 2015 749
Men are dying from self-induced illnesses. Jul 1, 2015 961
Avoiding the 'iHunch'. Jul 1, 2015 1036
Celebrating Matariki at Te Papa. Jul 1, 2015 523
Honouring the work of nurses. Jun 1, 2015 507
Building DHB staff resilience. Jun 1, 2015 1384
NZNO continues its treaty journey. Jun 1, 2015 1073
Containing Ebola: helping nurse and save many patients with the Ebola Virus is a source of much pride for one returning New Zealand nurse. Interview Apr 1, 2015 976
Marking 100 years of military nursing: motivations for becoming a military nurse may have changed little over 100 years, argues lieutenant colonel lee turner. Interview Apr 1, 2015 899
Honouring the Marquette nurses. Apr 1, 2015 890
NP video consultations improve access for diabetes patients. Apr 1, 2015 340
Pioneering nurse-led clinics enhance patient care. Apr 1, 2015 908
Preserving nursing history: the launch of a new oral history website marks another step in honouring the legacy of former nurses. Apr 1, 2015 871
Keeping the passion for paediatric nursing alive: working with sick children and their families is a privilege, says one Wellington nurse--trust and patience are keys to a successful outcome. Mar 1, 2015 1725
Intervening on the spot at work & income. Mar 1, 2015 956
Building confident, health-seeking students at special character Otara college. Mar 1, 2015 745
NZNO to strengthen student connections. Mar 1, 2015 1057
Forum develops an agenda for action. Editorial Dec 1, 2014 1043
Providing secure care for those with an intellectual disability. Oct 1, 2014 1989
College/section day: facing the questions. Oct 1, 2014 994
Improving mental health in prisons: a pilot primary health care mental health programme in prisons has the potential to help decrease reoffending rates. Sep 1, 2014 1475
Contagion and the value of resistance. Sep 1, 2014 1122
Primary health care: Living better, caring more. Conference news Sep 1, 2014 987
Nurse Maude champions community care. Organization overview Aug 1, 2014 1923
'You have chosen the right career'--Benny. Aug 1, 2014 414

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